Com­mu­ni­ties ad­ja­cent to effec­tive altruism

TagLast edit: 26 Apr 2022 15:48 UTC by Pablo

Communities adjacent to effective altruism are groups related in one way or another to the effective altruism community. Possible examples of such communities include the rationality community, the forecasting community, and the progress studies community;[1] and, historically, the Philosophic Radicals, the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge, and Fabianism, among others.

Further reading

Mac Aulay, Tara (2016) The effective altruism ecosystem, Effective Altruism Global.

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    Carey, Ryan (2021) Name for the larger EA+adjacent ecosystem?, Effective Altruism Forum, March 18.

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